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Jill Stein sues Wisconsin for its refusal to conduct a hand-recount of ballots

 

Instead of a full recount by hand, officials decided a machine recount will suffice and county officials will not be required to count by hand — though they can if they wish to do so. This means that instead of inspecting and counting each vote by hand, the optical readouts will simply be re-fed through the machines for a recount to be tallied mechanically.
Wisconsin Elections Commission chairman Mark Thomsen, a Democrat, cited the 2011 hand recount that changed a mere 300 votes out of 1.5 million as the basis for his ruling that machine recounting was sufficient to satisfy Stein’s recount petition.
Thomsen said he doubted that any recount would close the more than 22,000 vote gap Hillary would need to overtake and beat current state winner and President-elect Donald J. Trump.
The six-member commission Thomsen heads is equally split between Democrats and Republicans and voted unanimously to proceed with a machine recount.
Wisconsin’s voting machines are not connected to the Internet so it is highly unlikely that any hacking of the Badger State’s vote could have occurred, according to the Election Commission

With 30,980 votes to Trump's 1,409,467 (and Gary Johnson's 106,442), Stein has a steep hill to climb before she's named president.